Buying Black Wheels? Complete the Look with Black TPMS Sensor/Valve Parts

Thursday, September 13, 2012 by Zig Ziegler

If you're someone who notices the details on any vehicle, you can probably recall seeing a nice set of black wheels only to have your eyes wander to the bright silver valve stem. These silver valve parts look out of place on a black aftermarket wheel.

Tire Rack offers an optional black TPMS sensor / valve part kit for $2.99 per wheel. Therefore, when you order black wheels like the O.Z. Racing Ultraleggera or Enkei Racing Series PF01, they can arrive with the complete black-out appearance. Purchasing the optional black sensor kit can provide you the look you desire at a very low price!

OZ Ultraleggera - Black Painted
O.Z. Racing Ultraleggera - Black Painted
Enkei PF01- Black Painted
Enkei Racing Series PF01 - Black Painted

To view black wheel options for your vehicle, shop by vehicle and filter by finish to view all black finished wheels for you application.


Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Kumho Ecsta AST

Tuesday, August 14, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

The following post was created from content submitted via Tire Rack's consumer surveys. Information shown is the opinion of the consumer and meant to be used for comparison shopping purposes.

Kumho Ecsta ASTReviewer's Overall Rating: 9

2010 Mazda Mazdaspeed3
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Miles driven on tires: 25,000
Location: Wyandotte, MI
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 25,000 Miles on Tires
August 09, 2012

I replaced the OEM tires on my 2010 Mazdaspeed3 with these Kumhos and I really like them and will buy them again. I have been so satisfied that we just bought a set of these tires for my son's 2002 Ford Focus ZX3 with Enkei 17" alloy wheels.

I do not use these tires in the winter as we change our wheels and tires to Bridgestone Blizzaks on steel wheels for the Michigan winters.

I have driven these tires in the rain and they loose a little traction but are more than acceptable. In dry, hot weather, they really are at their best! The front wheel drive Mazdaspeed3 (263hp) has a lot of torque steer and these tires help to keep it under control. A little road noise, but not too bad. These are excellent tires for the money and treadwear is really, really good! I expect to get 40k-50k miles on these, unless a road hazard tears them up as we have poor roads in this part of MI.

Light and Strong: Enkei Racing Series Offers Excellent Wheels for the Track and Autocross

Monday, June 25, 2012 by Alex Mouroulis

Enkei Racing Series custom wheels feature the latest designs, composite alloy technology and casting and forging processes. Enkei's quality testing surpasses stringent JGTC standards. This dedication to perfection helps them deliver the best in modern alloy wheels.

Creating the unique styles for today's market, Enkei Racing Series wheels are manufactured using the MAT (Most Advanced Technology) process. This combines one-piece cast wheel technology with a process of spinning the rim. Using this technology, casting and rim forming by MAT will drastically improve the strength of the wheels. Rim-rolling technology shapes the rim to improve material elongation without sacrificing the wheels' hardness.

The following two options are not only a few of my favorites, but also two of the lightest we offer. The RPF1 is a classic Japanese tuner style look and is available in a 14", 15", 16", 17" and 18" rim diameter. Featuring a much more modern look, the PF01 showcases a 10-spoke design with snap-in, exposed lugs. Both wheels look great without center caps, as this is appealing to drivers of autocross and where there are track regulations.

Enkei RPF1
Enkei Racing Series RPF1
Enkei PF01
Enkei Racing Series PF01


Wheel and Tire Fitments for Subaru BRZ / Scion FR-S Now Available

Friday, June 22, 2012 by Marshall Wisler

Since the release of the Subaru BRZ and its twin the Scion FR-S, we have been able to get both vehicles to Tire Rack's headquarters for measurements. First indication is that these very capable cars have been very "under tired" from the factory. Despite its excellent poise and impressive skidpad numbers, the BR-Z and FR-S are shod with a narrow 215/45-17 all-season tire from the factory. Such a fitment, although good for fuel efficiency and tread life, severely inhibits the cars' true performance. The wheels also seem a bit too narrow and use a very conservative high offset which makes them appear sunken into the fenders.

Based upon our measurements, these two cars are capable of running a 245 width tire on all four corners -- utilizing anywhere between a 17"-19" wheel. If you're wanting to run a staggered set-up, the rear fender arches can accommodate a width up to 265mm with the correct wheel.

Autocross and track driving participants will likely wish to use a square set-up to maintain the car's balance. The hot set-up for these, in my opinion, would be a 17x8 wheel using a 245/40-17 tire at all four corners. This tire size allows for many popular street tires to be installed including the Yokohama ADVAN Neova AD08, Bridgestone Potenza RE-11, Kumho Ecsta XS, Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Spec and Hankook Ventus R-S3. Are you looking to utilize a purely competition tire? You may find interest in the Hankook Ventus Z214, BFGoodrich g-Force R1, Hoosier A6 or Hoosier R6

With many tire choices available, as well as a large inventory of wheels from manufacturers like Enkei Racing Series, O.Z. Racing and Sparco, the best way to start looking for your desired set-up is to view our Tire & Wheel Packages.

Wheels for 2013 Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S in Stock SCCA

Friday, June 8, 2012 by Gavin Carpenter

Good news for those running stock class in SCCA that have their Subaru BRZ or Scion FR-S.

Enkei Racing Series is making a version of their popular RPF1 wheel in a 17x7" size with an offset of ET42. Weighing in at a scant 14.5 lbs, the wheel will be a great choice for both vehicles. The 5-100 bolt pattern wheel is available in both the black and bright silver finish.

Enkei RPF1 Bright Silver Paint
RPF1 Bright Silver Paint
Enkei RPF1 Black Paint
RPF1 Black Paint

While we aren't expected to receive this wheel until the fall, it will definitely be worth the wait. Especially If you're going to compete in the stock class. Feel free to check out all of the wheel options for your BRZ or FR-S.

FR-S and BRZ Now Available for Wheel Upgrades

Tuesday, May 29, 2012 by Cy Chowattukunnel

After what seems to be decades of waiting, the first Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ are beginning to arrive.


Initial vehicle availability will be tight. Here at Tire Rack, we're still waiting to get them in our studio to be photographed. Thanks to the help from our suppliers, we've been able to post a preliminary list of compatible wheels for the FR-S and BRZ (fitment is obviously the same for both). The Original Equipment wheel is 17x7, 5-100 48mm offset. Many drivers will prefer a wider, lightweight wheel with the same offset.

If you prefer a wheel that weighs less than 18 lbs., the list is narrowed down to: the 17x8 45ET Enkei Racing Series RPF1 in black or bright silver, 17x8 48ET O.Z. Racing Alleggerita HLT available in matte graphite silver, white, blackorange, blue, gold and red, the Enkei RP03 in bright silver (the black painted version is estimated to arrive in June) and the Ultraleggera HLT in black, bright silver, matte graphite silver and gold.


17x8 5-100 45ET Bright Silver Enkei RPF1 $225**
Bright Silver Enkei Racing Series

17x8 5-100 48ET Anthracite Painted OZ Allegerita $329*
Anthracite Painted O.Z. Racing
Alleggerita HLT

17x8 5-100 48ET Bright Silver Painted Enkei RP03 $275*
Bright Silver Painted
Enkei Racing Series

17x8 5-100 48ET Matte Graphite Silver OZ Ultraleggera $285*
Matte Graphite Silver
O.Z. Racing Ultraleggera HLT

As for tires, I'd go with 225/45-17 sizing to complement the wider wheels. Personally, I prefer the 25" overall diameter better than the slightly larger 25.3" 235/45-17 tires. When making your tire choice, consider the best value Extreme Performance Summer tires discussed in a previous blog post, as well as the Toyo Proxes R1R and Yokohama ADVAN Neova AD08.

Looking for the Best Lightweight Track Wheels at a Value Price?

Friday, May 25, 2012 by Zig Ziegler

Switching out your vehicle's heavy, factory steel or alloy wheels is one of the easiest bolt-on performance upgrades for your track vehicle. Just by switching to a lighter weight wheel, your car will instantly feel quicker and respond better compared to your stock wheels. The rotational force to get a lighter weight wheel to move and stop is less, therefore the engine and braking system of the car can now respond quicker. Reducing the unsprung weight by switching to a wheel with less weight will also reap benefits when cornering - as the shocks and springs will have less weight to dampen during rebound and compression - keeping the car more stable on the track.

Typically, the answer to a lighter wheel is purchasing a fully forged alloy wheel, however, this option can be expensive. There are many highly engineered cast alloy options that are more affordable and provide a great bang for your buck.

Kosei K1 Racing
Kosei K1 Racing
Kosei K1 TS
Kosei K1 TS
Enkei RPF1
Enkei RPF1


Enkei PF01
Enkei PF01
TR Motor Sports MT1
TRMotorsports MT1
TR Motor Sports C1
TRMotorsports C1

These wheels are designed to achieve the strongest wheel possible using the least amount of material. Many cast wheels are created the opposite way from a track wheel: form over function. The wheel looks good, so people want to put it on their car and dress up their ride. A track wheel is designed to provide the function of being lightweight over the appearance of the chrome clad bling you can add to your car.

Many autocross and road race customers have had excellent results with Kosei K1 Racing, Kosei K1 TS, Enkei RPF1, Enkei PF01, TRMotorsports MT1 and TRMotorsports C1. And some of these wheels start at an astonishing 13.5 lbs. in 15x7!

Enkei Brings Back the Classic Apache Wheel

Friday, May 18, 2012 by Doc Horvath

Enkei has a rich history dating back over thirty years, originating in Japan with a focus on lightweight aftermarket and Original Equipment wheels intended for high-performance applications. In fact, Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton and his team rely on Enkei wheels for their durability and weight savings for their race cars.

While many new vehicles come equipped with Enkei wheels from the factory, including Subaru, Mitsubishi and Honda, many consider the older designs to be what built the Enkei brand and reputation. With that in mind, Enkei is revisiting some of their classic designs from the past and has recently introduced the Apache II in select 15" sizes for Honda, Toyota, Datsun/Nissan and other four lug applications.

The Apache II model is available in both machined with black accent and sliver machined with clearcoat, four spoke finishes with a polished lip. Apache II wheels feature simulated assembly bolts to give the illusion of a multi-piece wheel but with a more cost-effective, one-piece design.

Be sure to check out all the wheels in Enkei's Classic line to see if one is a good fit for your vehicle.

Enkei Introduces the New Raijin in Hyper Silver, Black and Gunmetal

Tuesday, April 24, 2012 by Doc Horvath

Enkei has been best known for offering high-quality wheels that are lightweight and durable for smaller sports cars. Recently, the company introduced the Raijin wheel that features the classic split-spoke design for larger sport sedans and even SUVs in an 18" diameter.

The Enkei Tuning Series Raijin combines the very desirable spoke design that has become a timeless classic with the latest MAT technology to provide additional strength with less aluminum. Raijin wheels are a great fit for the following vehicles:

  • Audi A4
  • BMW 3 Series
  • Subaru WRX
  • VW GTI
  • BMW X3

Available in a black painted, gunmetal painted and hyper silver finish, make the wheel a part of your next Tire & Wheel Package.

Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Wheels are Becoming a Hot Topic

Tuesday, March 20, 2012 by Gary Stanley

I've been seeing more posts and questions about the Enkei Tuning Series Raijin wheel on the BMW forums. Enkei has been producing high quality wheels since the 1950s and is well known by racers and tuners.

This lightweight performance wheel is hub centric for the BMW 3 Series in most sizes and offers outstanding quality. The wheel even carries a lifetime structural warranty. One particularly popular fitment is a staggered 18" setup for 2006-2012 BMW 3 Series cars (often referred to as E90 and E92 on the forums). This 18x8 front and 18x9.5 rear set-up weighs in at approximately 21 lbs. per wheel. The wheels allow for use of the popular sizes of 235/40R18 up front and 265/35R18 on the rear. 

The wheel is available in three finishes:

Raijin Black Painted
Raijin Black Painted
Raijin Gunmetal Painted
Raijin Gunmetal Painted
Raijin Hyper Silver
Raijin Hyper Silver


The Enkei Tuning Series Raijin is available for many vehicles besides BMW. Audi, VW, even Nissan 370 Z and Infiniti G37 car fitments are available. The warm weather is here; so enhance your vehicle's look with a Tire & Wheel Package today.

Enkei Tuning Series Raijin: God of Thunder

Monday, March 19, 2012 by Gavin Carpenter

New for 2012, Enkei Tuning Series has released the Raijin, named after the Japanese god of thunder.


Enkei did a fantastic job of creating a beautiful, functional wheel. The face of the spokes have just enough of a cut to create some contrast on the wheel, while the concave center adds a touch of softness.

Raijin wheels come in an 18" diameter and are available in a black painted, hyper silver and gunmetal painted finish. The Enkei Tuning Series Raijin wheel offers the following features and benefits:

  • 14-spoke
  • One-piece, cast construction with MAT Technology
  • Snap-in center cap
  • Exposed lugs
Enkei Tuning Raijin Black Painted
Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Black Painted
Enkei Tuning Raijin Hyper Silver
Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Hyper Silver
Enkei Tuning Raijin Gunmetal Painted
Enkei Tuning Series Raijin Gunmetal Painted


Tire Rack Consumer Review of the General Exclaim UHP

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

The following post was created from content submitted via Tire Rack's consumer surveys. Information shown is the opinion of the consumer and meant to be used for comparison shopping purposes.

General Exclaim UHPReviewer's Overall Rating: 7.2

2008 Nissan Altima Sedan
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Miles driven on tires: 12000
Location: glastonbury, ct
Driving Condition: Average

Initial Review, 12000 Miles on Tires
September 13, 2009

Using as a summer tire. Good traction on dry and wet pavement. Was on the car during light snow; it did okay, but not recommended. There's minimal noise, but the tire is still relatively new. Have not noticed any unusual wear. Cornering is stable. Pleasantly surprised with price/performance. If they last 25,000+/- at similar level of performance, I'll buy another set; they're easily as good as the Contis, Dunlops, and Nokians I've owned at a much lower price. Bought this tire (and a set of Enkei wheels from Tirerack came from the dealership when I purchased the car). Very pleased with Tirerack product and service. Recommended local installer was superb in every way.

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Hankook Ventus V12 evo K110

Thursday, December 29, 2011 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Hankook Ventus V12 evo K110Reviewer's Overall Rating: 8.29

2005 Mazda RX-8 6-speed
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Miles driven on tires: 5000
Location: Chicago, Il
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 5000 Miles on Tires
November 11, 2011

I have had these tires on my car for one season now. I got heavy into autocross this year and well I was running all seasons, which I was stopped after my second run of the day with my cords showing on my back tire. I wanted summer tires however in chicago, I would have to get a set of winters as well. So i started shopping wheels and tires. I ended up buying enkei rpf 01s my factory wheel is an 8" i went up to 9.5 all the way around. I went from a 225/45 18 all season good year to these 275/35 18 hankook v12. What a difference. The fist time I got on the road with them I loved them they were quite and comfurtable for daily driving, however the first time I went on the expressway it seemed like when I wanted to change lanes, my car wanted to go the other way, it was a very scary expierence, I was actually driving to a track and once I got there and started to adjust my tire pressures I found that the tire show set them to 45psi... Way to high. I was probably driving around on the center strip of the tire. After I set my tire pressures this things were amazing... camparativly speaking.

I must say they are still a little soft in the turns, on the limmit they are like a rubberband, they have a whole lot of grip untill you turn just a little too hard and then they rebound back and chunk. They do have good grip but it takes a while to know how hard you can push them. there is no good indicator as to when your grip is going to go. They are a very good tire for daily driving probably cant push them past there grip levels, however on the track they take some getting used to, it is very easy to get over confident with them and ruin a great lap time.

Like I said I have been on them for a full season, they are very quite, I have not noticed any tread wear, I probably have about 6 autocrosses on them. They did have enough grip to snap my driver side rear axel... however I am guessing that was from wheel hop more than grip of the tires

Tire Rack Consumer Review of the Hoosier Radial Wet H20

Friday, December 23, 2011 by Tire Rack Consumer Reviews

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Hoosier Radial Wet H2OReviewer's Overall Rating: 10

2006 Mazda MX-5 Miata
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Miles driven on tires: 8
Location: Murphy, TX
Driving Condition: Spirited

Initial Review, 8 Miles on Tires
November 17, 2011

My 2006 Mazda MX-5 (3rd generation Miata) is prepped for C Street Prepared class autocross competition, where I compete against the smaller & much lighter 1st and 2nd gen Miatas. My drivetrain/suspension mods include AST 5220 coilovers, Hyperco springs, Hotchkis RX-8 front swaybar (no rear bar), full polyurethane bushings, and Mazdaspeed LSD. The engine is producing close to 200 hp and 170 tq (crank). It weighed 2360 at Nats this year, or nearly 400 lbs more than my competition. My best finish was 11th in 2010, although the car does have a National Championship title (Juliann Pokorny won the CSP Ladies class in 2009, in the rain on Day 2, on Hoosier Wets).

As a matter of fact, I've never been to Lincoln NE for a National-level event when it didn't rain! This past May, I was there for a 4-day combined SCCA National Tour & ProSolo, and it rained for the Tour. We finished mid-pack on my street Dunlop Direzza Star Specs, so I vowed to be prepared for rain at Nats.

I bought some "insurance" for Lincoln and installed a fresh set of the brand new Hoosier Wet H2O racing rain tire (275/35R18 on Enkei RPF1 18x9.5" 45ET wheels) just before the 2011 Tire Rack SCCA Solo National Championships. I also had a fresh set of Hoosier A6s for my dry race tires. We were in the first heat, and it had rained all night so there was not just standing water, but small rivers flowing across the course. After 1st runs, we were way ahead of our competition, and stayed on the H2Os as everyone else switched from rain tires to dry and back again, trying to find the edge. On my last run, with drying conditions accentuated by standing puddles, I layed down an astonishing run and finished Day 1 in 1st place, .6 seconds ahead of the field (including multi-time National Champions Matt McCabe, Scott Fraser, and eventual winner Tim Aro). I finished in 4th after Day 2 in the dry, so I give all the credit to the fantastic Hoosier Wet H2O tires for helping me achieve my first Nationals trophy!

Enkei Racing PF01 Wheels. Thanks to MAT!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011 by Gavin Carpenter
Last April, I discussed putting new wheels on my vehicle. After making my decision and driving the new setup for some time, I'm quite pleased with my selection. 

I went with the Enkei Racing PF01 for several reasons. First, is the brand's reputation. Several F1 teams, including the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes team use them. For many SCCA and NASA members, as well as road-going folks, Enkei is synonymous with a low-cost, quality wheel. 

Second, is the strength of the wheel. Many of Enkei's wheels, including the PF01 and the RPF1 are gravity cast wheels and use Most Advanced Technology (MAT) in forming the rim of the wheel. I didn't come up with the name MAT, but "shaving the wheel weight while adding strength to the rim" turned out to be a messy acronym. Here in the Midwest, I encounter a variety of driving surfaces and have hit my fair share of potholes and they've proven to stay true, so far. Thanks MAT!

Finally, is the wheel's weight. There is a noticeable difference in weight from the factory 17" Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 on my stock 17" VW Denver wheels and that of the 18" Enkeis with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. The 18" PF01 comes in at about a pound for every inch of diameter and the tires at 22 lbs. each, or roughly 40 lbs. per corner. My stock wheels weighed approximately 50 lbs. with tires. This gives me a huge loss in unsprung weight, giving me an advantage in handling and braking. The ride quality of the 18" setup is rougher than the stock 17", but then again, I put them on my GTI and not a Golf.

Developed for many fitments including certain Honda, Mazda and BMW models, the PF01 is available in the following finishes: 
Interested to see what the wheels look like on your vehicle, visit our Upgrade Garage.

Enkei Racing PF01 (Black w/ Mach Lip)
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Enkei Racing (White w/ Mach Lip)

I also toyed with the idea of purchasing a nice set of BBS rims, the CH in particular, but the cost dissuaded me a little bit from going that route. So, what do you think about the Enkei rims? Please note this is a photo from our Upgrade Garage, as my car was in desperate need of a wash at the release of this post.

 2010 gti enkei pf01

Wheel Spotlight: Enkei Racing RPF1

Monday, December 5, 2011 by Ben Rooney
Enkei Racing RPF1The RPF1 is one of the most popular designs in Enkei's flagship product line, Enkei Racing. Their clean, purposeful design combined with an exceptionally light weight makes them a popular choice with enthusiasts who want the very best performance.

Enkei's combination of sound structural design and high quality construction allows for a very lightweight wheel with a moderate price. Most RPF1 wheels are priced between two and three hundred dollars* and designed with racing in mind. The RPF1 does not come with a center cap, however for street use, center caps are available for purchase.  

Combined with an appropriate tire selection, a set of these Enkei wheels are an excellent choice for a Tire & Wheel Package. With options available in silver, black and gold, shop by vehicle to find if the Enkei Racing RPF1 is the right choice for your vehicle. If you're interested in what the black option looks like, check out the photo below of the wheel on a 2009 Subaru Impreza WRX.

*Prices subject to change
Black RPF1 on 09 Subaru Impreza WRX

Wheels & Tires for the 2011-2012 VW Jetta

Friday, November 4, 2011 by Cy Chowattukunnel
Despite what some automotive experts say, I really like the new Volkswagen Jetta. And, if the original Jetta tires and wheels are not to your liking, some aftermarket car rims and tires could really increase the vehicle's style.

As you try to envision how a given wheel will fit on your car, keep in mind that the offset spec effects the overall look. How would the 17x7.5 5-112 bolt pattern 45mm offset Bright Silver Enkei Tuning Fujin look on the car, even though your Original Equipment wheels are 16" in diameter and 6.5" with a 50mm offset? To help you gain a better picture of how these Enkei rims would sit on your vehicle, look at where your valve stems sit and picture them moving 17mm (roughly 3/4") out towards the fender.

Manufacturers will determine what sizes of wheels they'll make, as not all wheels come in all sizes. However, when you purchase wheels from Tire Rack, you can be assured the wheel you order is a perfect match for your vehicle. To see how we get the proper fitments for each vehicle, read "How We Know What Fits."

Since I am a big fan of the Jetta TDI let's use this application as an example. For 17" wheels you can choose Volkswagen tires in either 225/45-17 or 235/45-17. If I were picking tires to use here in Indiana, I'd get the 225/45-17 Michelin Primacy MXM4 for its combination of great steering response, wet grip and efficiency.

Since the new Jetta uses the indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring System with ABS sensors, you don't need to get separate sensors. And when you're looking at our online tire prices for the Michelin Primacy, create a Tire & Wheel Package with the Enkei wheels for $1388* plus shipping.

17x7.5 Bright Silver Enkei Tuning Fujin
17x7.5 Bright Silver Enkei Tuning Fujin
225/45-17 Michelin Primacy MXM4
225/45-17 Michelin Primacy MXM4

Create the perfect Tire & Wheel Package for your Jetta today!

Special Deal on Enkei Racing Series 17" NT03-M Bright Silver

Wednesday, August 17, 2011 by Cy Chowattukunnel
Producing racing wheels for ForEnkei Racing Series NT03-M Bright Silvermula One, WRC and Super GT Series, Enkei knows how to engineer wheels. The challenge is to make a wheel that's both light and strong. New wheels need to look good but heavy wheels will hurt braking, acceleration and steering feel. Read "Road Wheel Weights Can Affect Your Vehicle's Show...And Go" to see the role wheel weight plays in determining the vehicle's overall ride.

At 16.8 lbs in a 17x7.5 size, the Enkei Racing Series NT03-M is a great wheel for precise driving on the street and fun on the track. Now this world-class engineered wheel is even more affordable as the 17" Bright Silver NT-03M in 4-100 45 mm offset and 5-100 35mm offset are on closeout for $159 per wheel.

The 4-100 45mm offset will fit many applications including the Acura Integra and certain MINI Cooper models while the 5-100 35mm offset will fit Scion TCs and many older VWs. When combined with some of the great closeout pricing on 17" tires such as the Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 and Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric it's easy create a great Tire & Wheel Package at an awesome price.

Begin building your Tire & Wheel Package today.

Wheel Options Already Available for Fiat 500

Monday, June 27, 2011 by Marshall Wisler
For the first time in decades, Fiat has launched a hot new hatch for use in the States. The Fiat 500 and its various trim levels have hit select dealerships across the country and are already receiving aftermarket support.

Manufacturers such as BBS, Enkei, and O.Z. are supplying large amounts of aftermarket wheels that Tire Rack offers as guaranteed fitments. There are currently 40 wheel options for the Fiat 500, with many choices for the Lounge, Pop and Sport trims.

Enkei PF01
Enkei PF01
O.Z. Alleggerita HLT
O.Z. Alleggerita HLT
Shop by vehicle to find wheels that are a great match for your vehicle. 

Enkei Releases A "Classic"

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 by Doc Horvath

Enkei has reissued their Enkei92 mesh wheels in popular sizes for Volkswagen, Honda, BMW, Audi and other import applications. The wheel is manufactured using the original castings in an effort to recreate the timeless look! 

Enkei Classic Enkei92 (Black w/Machined Lip) Enkei Classic Enkei92 (Gold w/Machined Lip) Enkei Classic Enkei92 (Silver w/Machined Lip)
Enkei Classic Enkei92 (Black w/Machined Lip) Enkei Classic Enkei92 (Gold w/Machined Lip) Enkei Classic Enkei92 (Silver w/Machined Lip)

Available Sizes: 15"
Center Cap: Included at no charge
Finish: Black w/Machined Lip, Gold w/Machined Lip and Silver w/Machined Lip

To see which wheel will fit your vehicle, shop by vehicle.